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As the director of the Bartow County Grant Writing Department, Valerie Gilreath continues to find fulfillment in giving back to the local community. “I appreciate that my job affords me the opportunity to work with a lot of different people in … more
Building on the theme of April Fools’ Day, TheatreExtreme aims to serve up a multitude of laughs with its upcoming “Comedy & Beer” offering. “‘Comedy and Beer’ has been a huge part of TheatreExtreme since its culmination,” said … more
Clear Creek Elementary School’s Pi Day picked up some STEAM this year. The Cartersville school celebrated its sixth annual Pi Day Friday by turning its STEM — science, technology, engineering, mathematics — event into a STEAM — science, … more
People who think they don’t have an artistic bone in their body should try a new art form that’s as calming as it is creative. Zentangle is a form of meditative art where participants draw intricate patterns, and the process of doing so … more
Seventeen students in the Cartersville City School System now have an opportunity for a better future that wasn’t available to them before. The group of sixth- through 11th-graders became the Cartersville Schools Foundation’s newest group of … more
Seventeen students in the Cartersville City School System now have an opportunity for a better future that wasn’t available to them before. The group of sixth- through 11th-graders became the Cartersville Schools Foundation’s newest group of … more
The proposed African-American Heritage Trail will take center stage at the Bartow History Museum Thursday. Starting at 7 p.m., the presentation will be delivered by Georgia Supreme Court Justice Robert Benham and Keep Bartow Beautiful Executive … more
The Emerson City Council learned Monday from City Manager Kevin McBurnett that projected revenues for the fiscal year have come up short by about 20 percent. “Expected business development, especially at LakePoint, hasn’t been on track,” … more
For the first time, the school nutrition department marked the statewide Georgia Grown Day by offering the 4,430 students at all four city schools lunch items that were grown or made in Georgia or a bordering state. “We weren’t able to source … more
Billed as a “multi-talented entertainer,” Andy Gross will bring his Split Man illusion to Cartersville Saturday. “This is Andy Gross’ first performance at The Grand Theatre,” Grand Theatre Program Director Terri Cox said. “We are very … more
“We are excited to offer two programs at the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum at the start of April,” said Katie Gobbi, director of the Euharlee Welcome Center & History Museum. “... We see more and more visitors starting in … more
“The county already has a filming ordinance,” said Cartersville City Manager Sam Grove. “We don’t, so we want to set up a process that will work as a clearinghouse for everything — permits, acquisition of property rights, coordination of … more
“Throughout the history of the West, photography has played an important role,” said Seth Hopkins, executive director for the Booth museum. “Photography was used during the exploration of the West to document and publicize this relatively … more
A group of students at Excel Christian Academy spent an unforgettable two weeks touring Europe last month. Spanish teacher Carrie Peterson took a group of 13 students and eight other adults on a 13-day whirlwind trip of a lifetime to London, … more
The Adairsville Police Department announced Saturday that police dog Nero died due to injuries sustained from being struck by a vehicle. Nero was able to escape his kennel and exit his home in Cedartown Friday morning. He was found alive but … more
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